- Jan 31, 2016
- Over the Rainbow
- Uni Grad
You will be registered in Australia but perhaps not in other countries.lol sorry was having a bad day. Eitherway i got annoyed at the 'there is often confusion on whether you can do surgery- because of the name- tbh I'm not even sure myself!'
I think if you're not sure, then you simply shouldn't give advice that could mislead people. Most your points regarding the degree not being recognised in other places are also irrelevant because as far as registration overseas goes, you would be registered in Australia and most graduates would be in the same boat.
Again, apologies for calling you an ignorant but a lot of the stuff you said were simply incorrect.
With regards to everything else you said, most of it has been corrected by others so ye. Anyway, soz. we cool
Take for example, Singapore: http://www.healthprofessionals.gov.... Registrable Basic Medical Qualifications.pdf
In this case, JMP Newcastle is recognised, however UWS or Bond University is not. Similarly in other countries, there may be governments who recognise a Newcastle degree but not a UNSW one.
As such, I disagree about my point not being relevant- degrees may not be recognised in other places. I already stated multiple times that in Australia- we are all recognised uniformly; and I was specifically talking about overseas. I feel you shouldn't really give advice about subjects you aren't too sure either! (Sorry if this seems passive aggressive. I also disagree that my views are incorrect. I simply feel you have a different opinion on issues.
Moral of the story is: If you intend to work overseas or in a particular country (I know people who do), it is best you check the regulations and rules of that country before choosing your university.
I hope this helps.